International Food truck
As graduates from missionary school, we were guided to our first nation to serve there under Barbara Nicaud's venture, It's A Wrap. The food truck served a vital role in reaching the many people around with the Gospel. The money earned from the sales of the burritos were used directly to aid different churches that were planted by the missionaries both from our local church in Singapore and of those in Phnom Penh. We worked with our mentor, and learnt how to cook, serve and also how to serve with love in any given situations.
While in Cambodia, we served under the orphanage Be Ye Kind One To Another. We started with 4 girls, and in then were teaching about 10 children, dance and drama classes. God blessed us with opportunities to expose them to dance studios, and luxuries that they don't often get to enjoy. All drama classes centred on biblical morality and ethics, encouraging the children to speak up.
One of the amazing things learnt in Phnom Penh, was the ability to pick up languages. God grants those he has commissioned favor with languages so that He can achieve more things for the Glory of the Gospel. The picture is one of the many instances where we put up a christmas show for the kids in a village about 1 hour away from Phnom Penh serving under Cynthia Tan, our friend and missionary. We bring food, fellowship and the word to them.
With a Spirit guided approach, we taught the Book of Revelation in completion to instill the fear and truth of God and His Glory. At the end of the weeks of study, some pupils handed in drawings of what they think Jesus would look like. There is nothing more precious than exercising the creative will to see God's fullness.